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Thread: Buffalo signing Kevin Kolb

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vaark View Post
    Does this officially make buttfumble the 5th best QB in the division?
    James Walker thinks so!

    http://espn.go.com/blog/afceast/post...st-qb-rankings
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    Quote Originally Posted by The New Guy View Post
    This just goes to show what an agenda-driven, under-qualified hack Walker is!!

    What the **** has Kolb ever done to put him ahead of Matt Moore??



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    Pete Carroll Was Right About New York Jets Quarterback Mark buttfumble
    Pity can sometimes disguise itself as compassion. This certainly is the case for Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. Four years ago Carroll, then at USC was on the verge of losing his starting quarterback, current New York Jets signal caller Mark buttfumble. He spoke of how going to the NFL would be a mistake. At the time buttfumble had just completed an impressive redshirt junior season.

    In his only full year as a starter, buttfumble completed 65.8 percent of his passes with 34 touchdowns against only 10 interceptions. A victory in the 2009 Rose Bowl against Penn State thrilled scouts on his potential. Carroll warned him about leaving too soon. There is some recent evidence to support this point.

    Even though buttfumble was in college for four years he only started 16 games. The Jets hierarchy, including head coach Rex Ryan and owner Woody Johnson, were intrigued by what he could become. There was of course a tremendous amount of team success his first two years. A solid running game and defense helped break in the young player, and lead the Jets to consecutive AFC Championship Games.

    Even though results looked good, buttfumble struggled the entire time. His rookie year resulted in 12 touchdowns and 20 interceptions. The career-high 26 scoring passes he had in 2011 were matched by the same number of turnovers. Carroll recently mentioned feeling sorry for his former player.

    In 2012, Tim Tebow’s presence put buttfumble on edge. A lack of talent, especially at the skill positions, also helped sabotage his season. Now that Carroll has his Seahawks on the verge of a Super Bowl appearance it is easy to have a change of heart.

    While some issues were not his fault, buttfumble could have used one more year to learn how to sharpen his skills, and carry himself in a more mature manner.
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    FYI guys.......Kolb's deal is actually a great bargain deal for us.

    QB Kevin Kolb - 2 yrs. $6.1M. SB $1M. Base: $1.65M (2013); $2M (2014). Workout Bonus: $100,000 (2013 & 2014). Roster Bonus: $250,000 (2013); $1M (2014). Incentives can make total value up to $13M.

    His deal is really 2 years $3.65M with the rest being incentives. If he makes $13M that means he's playing at a high level. Kolb fits the westcoast offense we want to run........at best he's a decent starter till the young guy is up to speed......worst case he's a good #2.
    Now I have to change my screen name BALLINNNNNNNNN!!!!!!!!!38-17
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